Gadgets – everybody likes a good gadget, and the wine world is not immune to the inventive zeal of gadget makers. Now, inventiveness has yielded up the Coravin – truly something you didn’t know you needed until you found out you needed one – far far more than mere wine gadget, this is a real game changer
The LEA & SANDEMAN 2015 Wine Magazine/Annual Coming to your doorstep tomorrow or Friday is the new '2015 Lea & Sandeman 'Wine Annual', a magazine of photographs and pieces on some of our key producers, and articles from various luminaries of wine journalism - Victoria Moore, Tim Atkin MW, Tamlyn Currin, Steven Spurrier, Rosemary George MW, Harry Eyres, Sarah Marsh MW, and Robert Joseph.
Christmas Champagne Offers This year Lea & Sandeman was awarded ‘Independent Retailer of the Year’ at the International Wine & Spirits Challenge, To celebrate we have put together this mix of carefully chosen Grandes Marques and exquisitely individual grower champagnes as part of this year's Christmas Champagne offers to give you a choice for all occasions.
Our Italian wine list expands year by year and this 12 bottle Italian Christmas mixed case makes a perfect answer to any question Christmas might throw at you. Fizz, white, red and even a little glass of Vin Santo,
Everything you need for a perfect Christmas in a 12 bottle mixed case. Ideal drinking for Christmas day or to send to friends, relatives or colleagues as a gift. Our price includes VAT and free nationwide* delivery as always.
From our Christmas Burgundy selection we have carefully chosen this perfect mix of wines to see you through the next few frantic weeks. Burgundy can be notoriously difficult to navigate, but here we've done the hard work for you and hand picked 3 pairs of reds and 3 pairs of whites that are all drinking perfectly - You can see all of our tasting notes on our website.
Antonio Galloni (un véritable ‘nez professionnel’) recently reviewed a clutch of wines from two of our favourite grower producer Champagne producers: Larmandier-Bernier and Egly-Ouriet.
This is a very limited offering of a very few of our drinking Bordeaux wines, all of which will let your guests know you are spoiling them without ruining you. Free delivery included.
This dinner needs wine – what dinner doesn’t? – and here’s a few suggestions.
A good turkey calls for Pinot Noir…
Made by one of Montalcino’s top producers, at c. £20 a bottle the Ginestreto is a snip of the price of a Brunello (although relatively speaking Fuligni’s Brunellos still blow the socks off Bordeaux wines at the same price point), but still offers a beautifully balanced wine; its ripe cherry fruit and hints of tobacco leaf dressed in light satin tannins with a thirst quenching strand of acidity makes a wine suited to drinking on its own or paired with lighter dishes.